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now. john, are you seeing any special positioning ahead of the fed? > > we have angie. over the course of the last two weeks so, we have seen equity markets continue to "melt up," as traders would say, continue to be sort of supported by this idea that the federal reserve is going to continue its method of quantitative easing. the fed meeting to start today. however, we will receive the announcement from the fed tomorrow, perhaps around 1:00 or so wednesday. but, the idea is that risk assets, both equities and metals, commodities mostly, continue to melt higher with the idea that the fed is going to continue to monetize its debt and supply excess reserves to the economy. > what about tax management? what are you seeing with investors and traders trying to avoid that fiscal cliff, although potentially that could happen next year? > > we have seen two big trades really, angie. first, last week gold came off about $50 an ounce. it was rumored that hedge funds specifically were exiting long positions ahead of year-end to meet both investor redemptions as well as a number of other tax-relat
alan knuckman and andrew keene. good morning guys. > > good morning angie. > > morning angie. > round one: lucky 7's - 7.7%. that's the unemployment rate. it's at its lowest level in 4 years. is that good or bad for the markets? > > i think it is good for job searchers, but i think it's bad. if we're looking for more stimulus or monetary action, i think it's a very positive sign. > > it's good maybe compared to spain, which is 25%, but it matters what kinds of jobs they're doing. we need economic value. if they are working at starbucks, if they are working at retail stores, that is not really providing for the economy. > > it's getting better. what andrew's forgetting- > > getting better? it's the lowest it's been since obama has been president, yes, but historically it's extremely high. > > a lot of people are leaving the workforce- > but is it good for the stock market? is it good for the stock market? > > it could have a muted effect- > > if it keeps going down, then it's good. but if it stays at 7.7%, it's not good. > round two: stocking up on confidence - consumer spending is bac
, president of mws capital. good morning to you. > > good morning angie. > this is certainly one moody market. it seems to move on every word that comes out of washington. > > absolutely. actually, i am surprised, given the stalemate that we had this weekend and the gop yesterday having a counter offer - they are miles apart, but the market really held in there, and i think, at this point, the market is just basically pricing in that nothing really good is going to happen in washington, at least for now. > what about manufacturing matt? the numbers came in solid for china, not so good for the u.s. there was a bit of a slip. > > i think some of that is the concern. but at least the silver lining is positive for china. but realize, china is $8 trillion. our market is about twice the size. so we really need those manufacturing numbers to kick in next year. but of course there have been so many good confidence and housing numbers to sort of buttress that weaker number yesterday. > what is your stock strategy in the current market? > > i think the big question everyone has to ask themselves is, do
of stutland equities joins us. good morning dan. it has been a while. > > it has angie. thanks. > we heard from a trader at the top of the show who was mostly bullish on buying this market right now. you tend to be bearish. what is your feeling? > > "cautious" is what i like to say. > cautious. > > it's interesting. right now, from a technical standpoint, you'd have to say that all things look pretty good. but, we have seen the technical indicators kind of give misleading signs this past year. we have seen the market kind of break down, where technically we were supposed to get out of the market. so, really the technical indicators have been a little bit of, not too great of indicators so far. but, from that standpoint, you are looking at the s&p right now pushing up toward those november highs. we are back up toward those highs right before the election. we saw that in the nasdaq as well, and the dow. all three major indices are right there. from a technical standpoint, if you look at the s&p 500, we broke through that 50-day moving average yesterday. another way to look at it is the reve
bauer of trading advantage. happy holidays scott. > > same to you angie. with no presidential election, no stimulus programs on the horizon and healthcare reform upheld, 2013 should be smooth sailing for the economy, right? to almost no one's surprise, it's not that simple. despite that, in our cover story, we found a few people willing to stick their necks out and share with us their predictions. most everyone we found had reason for measured optimism. housing prices, for example, are going up. "there's hope that you can climb out. that's just a game- changer." and that opens up housing- related investment, which in turn may help stocks. "i see certain sectors helping the stock market. i see that true of the housing sector." "look at real estate, look at building supplies, things that have been down in the past." as for jobs, john challenger says though the economy has been adding an average of 150,000 jobs a month, we may not need that many to make unemployment itself go down. the reason - baby boomers. "there are many more baby boomers retiring, so we don't need nearly as many new j
claus. what police say a guy was >>> i'm angie goff with breaking news from the news 4 live desk. we want to update you on the abduction of richard engel. he's now free and safe. we have new video just into the news 4 newsroom. this is richard engel being released after being kidnapped in syria. he was freed following a firefight at a checkpoint on monday. nbc news saying this morning that he was kidnapped by unidentified captors. he was held for five days along with his nbc news crew. of course, richard engel, one of our top journalists. nbc news chief foreign correspondent. what we're told from him is that he was actually crossing from syria into turkey when they were abducted. they were thrown into a truck and blindfolded and held at an undisclosed locationment engel coming out and saying thank you to everyone, these have been tough days and he's going to speak in the days ahead. i'm angie goff at the news 4 live desk. back to you. >> angie, thank you. he's no santa claus but a man in san francisco had to be rescued after he got stuck in a chimney. it happened early monday morning
to be a redskins fan on this monday morning. good morning to you. welcome to "news4 today." i'm angie goff in for eun yang. >> nice to see that, isn't it? good to be a redskins fan. >> you have said it the last six games. >> good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. let's start with a live look outside at 6:00 a.m. it's a chilly 39 degrees outside our studios and there's nothing falling. just cold. >> that's how we are starting things off but how will it end? here to tells more is storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein. >> the temperature there is actually kind of picking up heat from our building because farther away it's at or below freezing. on the bay waters and on the tidal potomac where reagan national is near the freezing mark. cloudiness over our region. farther to our south we have sprinkles of light rain southern virginia into the carolinas. more moderate showers now moving into eastern tennessee and kentucky and that's going to be advancing toward the metro area but not until late this morning and perhaps during the afternoon we'll get some of that rain moving in. right now it's
toilet. angie's list home automation system. >> reporter: it can integrate all the systems of your house. she and her family were moving into a house her grandmother had lived in for 4345 years -- 45 years. >> we did the home security, surround sound, speakers, audio systems throughout the house and savant control. we can control everything from our tv, alarm. >> the great thing about home automation, you can do it piecemeal. you can add additional things later. >> reporter: there are many subsystems that can be brought together. >> the home automation system integrates your security, your lighting control, your climate control and your audio/visual. imagine leaving the house and pressing a bought button it can arm the security system, turn off the lights, turn off the television and music and set back the thermostat. >> reporter: they're not only convenient but they can provide you savings. >> if you're thinking about putting a home automation system in, check with your homeowner insurance. there may be discounts available to you on your homeowners insurance. >> our particular insurance
on the beltway from the dulles toll road to the interchange at 55 miles an hour. aaron, angie? >> thank you, mike. >>> a fixture on the potomac river since the 1940s could be closing. jack's boathouse has been renting canoes for decades. the national park service owns that land and notified the tenant he had to vacate by the end of january. he says he's begun the process of notifying boat owners and 27 employees that will be terminated. >> everything had to be out in 30 days. >> we called the park service for comment but they have not returned our calls. fans of jack's boathouse started a facebook page to try to save the landmark. >>> the mars rover curiosity is about to do something never done before on the red plant. the rover will descend into a ditch and start searching for rocks to drill. right now curiosity is scouring that ditch known as yellow knife bay providing information to nasa back here on earth. it's also the rover can collect a drilled sample to analyze which will be the first for this mission. >>> santa we know is a very busy guy traveling around the world delivering presents to
about the prosepects of the economy going over the fiscal cliff? > > angie, it has been a very interesting trade in this space recently. people look to gold as the safe haven, yet we have seen gold prices come off about 5% over the last couple months. and in fact, yesterday was just touching a major support area, both psychologically and technically, right around that $1,700-an-ounce level. now, you would think that if the gold market, or people trading gold, were really that concerned about the fiscal cliff, that would be the safehaven, and we wouldn't see this major sell- off. but, we are seeing that, and actually if we break through this $1,700 level, the next major area of support is down about another 5%, around $1,620. > so the fact that people are not rushing to gold tells you that there is a chance that maybe things will be ok. > > exactly. > good to have you on the show. that's scott bauer of trading advantage. > > thanks angie. newly-elected massachusettes senator elizabeth warren will reportedly take a seat on the senate banking committee. the huffington post reports
of tradingblock joins us now for a technical look at apple. good morning to you. > > good morning angie. > everybody is buzzing about this stock. is it due for more of a fall here tim? what do you see in the charts? > > just thinking back a couple of months ago, we were talking about the stock around $700, and certainly a little caution was warranted up around there. down in the mid-to-low $500s, from a fundamental viewpoint, i like the stock obviously a lot more down here. some technical reasons: there is the death cross, when the 50-day goes below the 200-day. but that $505 level that we saw about a week- and-a-half ago held today. the stock got down below $520, rallied sharply. so that kind of price action shows there are buyers down below. i like the stock anywhere in the low $500 range from a fundamental, longer-term buy-and-hold viewpoint. > right. that is just the case with apple. it can only go down so far it seems, because at some point, people think, "i really need to own this. i want to get in and here is my level." meantime, what is going on behind the scenes? why did this s
joins us now for a closer look at g.e. good morning to you matt. > > good morning angie. > why is this stock, and why now? > > have you noticed lately, the past week or two, the dow seems to be catching up and doing a little bit better, even, than the s&p 500. and one of the reasons are these big stocks like g.e., that i think are finally coming out of a slumber and are going to have a great year next year. > but haven't we missed the rally on this stock? > > a lot of people have kind of forgotten about g.e. everyone is thinking about apple, facebook, research in motion. what is the next hot stock, recovery-wise? but g.e. used to be $18, just sitting there, a total dog. now that it's popped up to $22, people are scratching their heads. where can it go? what i think it can do is go a lot higher. this stock used to be $40 before the financial crisis, and its businesses are still more than fine. it is paying a 3% dividend, and, as i said, the dow is doing a lot better lately, you will notice, and it's these big, diversified industrial stocks that seem to have the momentum with the
in 2013. good morning to you greg. good morning angie. let's start with mortgage rates. what can homebuyers expect in 2013? i think its going to be another great year. rates are going to stay very low. they may trend up a little bit if the economic recovery continues but by and large i think 2013 is going to be another year where mortgage rates stay at very attractive levels. will it be the same story for auto loans? it will. 2013 is going to be a great year for auto loans. we could actually see rates move a little lower and reset the record lows. and the sub 3% rates that we currently see on the low end, i think they'll persist as well. what about credit cards? will lenders be pumping up rates there or keeping them low? i don't see much movement in rates but that environment is very conducive to switching to a card that has a better rate than the one you currently have, particularly if your credit has improved. that's the one thing we're going to continue to see next year are great single digit rates for people with good credit and much higher rates for people that have impaired
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of those posts. and for yelp and angie's list to stop hiding behind 230-cda. >> you're saying jane is behind some of these other posts that have been put on here -- >> no, i'm not saying that. there's organizations -- i really prefer not to open up a can of worms, but there's certain organizations that make sure they make as much of a noise as possible for free speech and suppression of somebody who they believe is blocking free speech. i'm for free speech. i want them to have their opinions. they can voice negative or positive opinions. what they can't do out there, including ms. perez, is accuse individuals of being criminals. >> i get that. i get it when you're being accused of criminal conduct. that's been removed now. >> no, it has not. >> well, the judge just ruled that it has to be removed. >> if you go to angie's list, it's still up there. everybody keeps pointing at yelp. this is related to yelp and angie's list. the entire posting is still there. >> the cynics might say, chris, people post negative stuff all the time on the web, right? this is what the net saw about. unfo
to be a fun ride, everybody. good morning. i'm angie goff. >> and i'm richard jordan. today is saturday, december 29th, 2012. a lot of road crews are out. >> yeah, i saw a sign or two saying caution, possible icy conditions. let's go now to storm center 4. >> for the next couple of hour, until we start warming up, we could see icy conditions out there, especially any of the untreated roads. as far as a lot of locations, temperatures will be warm enough. 39 degrees right now is our temperature. southeast wind at 6 miles per hour. take a look at radar right now. we have that snow coming up toward our north. that's with one area of low pressure. we have another area down south pushing the moisture through southern maryland. as far as the big hole over us right now, by the time we get past the next couple hours, we're going to be fairly dry. then the hole is going to start to fill in. a little bit of sleet mixing in with the rain south. this will be a wintry day for some folks. that will be those folks up to the north. i think temperatures will remain low enough that when it snows, that sno
of the tragedy at sandy hook. >>> i'm angie goff gathering >>> i'm angie goff with breaking news from the news 4 live did he say desk. since we first reported about the kidnapping of richard engel, we've learned new details. nbc news saying that the chief foreign correspondent along with his crew was freed from his captors in syria. engel was kidnapped and held for five days and eventually freed in syria after a firefight at a checkpoint on monday. nbc news has come out and said we're pleased to report they are safely out of the country. the captors were unidentified and were not believed to be assad loyalists. they didn't ask for money or a ransom of any kind. engel and his crew, this is new background information we got, disappeared shortly after crossing into northwest syria from turkey on thursday. we're being told he was abducted, the crew was blindfolded, they were tossed in the back of a truck and brought to an undisclosed location. the good news is they're saying that no one was physically harmed. the network did not have contact actually with engel or any members of his crew until he wa
. >> and angie with the better business bureau says your expectations put you at risk. scammers know you're waiting so they'll try to trick you. they'll send a text or e-mail o saying your packages can't be delivered. . >> it will l prompt you to click on a link and you'll down load an invoice or shipping label. >> but clicking could release a troi trojan tro akriers that collects your information and puts you at risk for identity theft. >> another scam involves e- mails about packages that are ready to drop. they tell you you need to get them now or it will cost you. >> since a sense of urgency is created, they're going to charge you a phi fee every day. >> that scam asks tow click on links. instead just lovers. ifyou're not being taken to a legit site like fedex or ups, don't click. > . >> and if you have still presents to buy on line, there is still time left. today hasbeen free shipping day. you'regetting down to the wire. aftertoday you can buy presents on the internet but they may not arrive in time for christmas. . >> toys are us is running a buy one get one-half off promot
be a good way to save money. but angie's list sometimes says a diy is a disaster waiting to happen. >> reporter: while the project may match your budget, it may be a problem. he had a run-in with the nail gun eye was using it over my head. i should have had two hands. i recoiled, it dropped down and hit me in my hand. i had to go to the er. >> reporter: trying to save money on projects could cost you in medical bills. >> ask yourself if you know what you're doing. do you have the time and the right tools. >> reporter: diy projects may take more experience and more time. >> first, be prepared for the unexpected. things come up in the middle of projects. think about how you're going to handle having the work done and be sure you know when you need to throw in the towel and call an expert. when it comes to diy, they should avoid plumbing, electrical and things on the roof. you could burn your house down. plumbing could lead to flooding and we hear too many stories have you people falling off ladders. >> reporter: start small trying to hang a picture frame or shelf but leave the major
tornatore, always a pleasure. have a good time, and safe travels to you. > > thanks angie up next, ben franklin comes into play in chart talk. matt shapiro, president of mws capital, joins us this morning for chart talk. good morning to you matt. > > good morning angie. > and is the name of the game still to find those companies that are flush with cash? > > absolutely, ones that pay special dividends and pay good dividends. and one i really like is franklin resources. not a natural resources stock. franklin templeton global investments, very large money manager and mutual fund company. very strong balance sheet. $9 billion in retained earnings. paid a special dividend early in the year, and also late this year. and it is a stock i am buying for everybody right now. i really like this as a long-term, all-american company with great prospects. > is this stock too late to buy at these levels though? it already has a return of 42% over the past year. > > it is a stock i am buying at all-time highs, because its projected p/e is only about 11, and i think the prospects are very bright, for
. good morning and welcome to "news4 today." i am richard jordan. >> i am angie goff. she begged and begged and lost the battle, and we're talking about kim martucci. >> she went outside on the storm 4 team's weather deck. >> "baywatch," there we go. get the kids out of the room, folks. >> seriously. the gusty winds will be a problem for the high-profile vehicles out there. and you should be looking for occasionally, gusts above 30 miles per hour. and dress for the 20s. no doubt these winds are making it feel colder than what your thermometer outside the kitchen window says. it will feel like 25, by the way, during the redskins game at the start. here are the numbers. 38, and that's kind of a little falsehood. not quite because we look at the wind gusts. 33, d.c., and gusting to 32 in manass manassas. and here are the windchills. a cold one, guys. dress for the 20s. wear that hat. just forget about the aquanet. really not going to help you much. i will be inside pretty soon, and i will run by "baywatch" run back into the warm studio. >> no red bathing suit, though. >> no. >>> and
a lot with disappeared on thursday. so some comforting news early on this tuesday. back to you. >> angie goff live for us with that breaking news. angie, thank you. >>> the time right now is 4:54. coming up, a 13-year-old girl gets her wish had her fight for equality. one toy at a time. how the makers of the easy-bake oven are making changes. >> w did you get chips for the party? nope. cheese plate? cheese plate...nope. i made something better. ♪ you used the oven? boom ♪ [ male announcer ] pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. . >>> welcome back at 4:57. d.c. is looking for a replacement to the controversial red top meter program. it aimed to reserve about 10% of the city's metered response with disabilities. it would have forced handicapped drivers to pay for parking for the first time. a bill on the program failed to pass the d.c. council last week even though the city spent $700,0
. >> christopher dietz says the worst of his nightmare occurred when he posted reviews on yelp and angie's list and he says that those reviews said that his renovations damaged her home and they also accused him of stealing her jewelry. now if you look, there are still some reviews of his company dietz development right here on yelp. they are posted by other people, but dietz says that the one posted by jane perez was slander and he won a partial victory today in fairfax circuit court. jane perez lives in this townhouse seen here on mary crest street in fairfax. according to the lawsuit filed by chris dietz, she hired him to do some painting, refinish some floors, electrical plumbing, other handyman work at her home. dietz took her to court when she claimed in reviews on yelp and angie's list that the work was shoddy and some of her jewelry was missing. the judge ruled in favor of a preliminary injunction requiring that any allegations of criminal activity be removed and that her claim she had won a previous civil suit against him be edited. deet says he feels vindicated because -- dietz says h
a company for a job. awful --s it was .cuffed floors she aired her grievances on yelp and angie's list. a right toys have free speech. she should have a right to explain her interactions with the contractor. the judge is allowing the post on angie's list to remain. however, she have to remove allegations about the jewelry theft and legal action against z.et >> when it is true, that is .air when it is negative and not true, that is not fair. >> it may be true and it may not be true. i do not based it off of one bad review it the rest are good . >> the review has not only cost , but hundredstion of dollars for legal representation. damages.ng her over no word of when that trouble begin. jeff goldberg, abc 7 news. 7 is on your side with a consumer lawsuit. the suit is against baby matters, they make nap nanny and .ap nanny chill they say the baby recliner is and poses a risk for injury for infants. five babies have died and more than 70 report have been linked nny.ap napp the manufacturer says it used properly, the product is safe. citigroup is preparing to lay off more than 11,000 jobs.
angie goff. you will have calmer conditions if you have to finish up the holiday shopping. >> everybody was running into the stores and holding their heads. >> and holding on to their receipts and their bags, i'm sure. >> let's go to chuck bell in the weather forecast center. >> off to a quiet start on a sunday morning. as you two were referencing, less wind to worry about for today. a much easier day to move around and get outside and enjoy sunshine in the remaining days before christmas. it's 32 freezing cold degrees at national airport and best of all the wind is light out of the southwest at 3 miles per hour, and there are some very cold spots out there in northern virginia, particularly. all in the upper teens and 20s, and so a little breeze left out there, not too much, but windchills are primarily in the mid to upper 20s. storm team 4 radar shows not a lot going on close to us. your planner for today is filled with sunshine. sunny and pleasant day to be outside today. temperatures running a couple degrees warmer than average here in the warmest december on record so far, but i pr
? >> the gun this guy used you can still buy at wal-mart. it's on the wal-mart website. >> angie down in gainesville, florida. hi, angie. >> good morning. i want to say i love your show. >> bill: thank you. >> i always can tune in and hear the truth. >> bill: i appreciate that. thank you. what's your point this morning? >> caller: got a statistic for you that i think is shocking. in the u. k. last year, there were 35 gun-related murders. in this country, 12,000. >> bill: god. god. >> caller: what in the world. >> britain had about eight last year. >> bill: what in the world? exactly. it's the wild west angie, i guess. >> caller: yeah, that and i just wanted to say, you know, if we sit back and do little to nothing, then what else is there? do we just accept the fact that this is the world we live in? >> bill: no. no. no is the ants. the president said last night >> this must change and we must change. also, clay now clay is calling from indianapolis. hi, clay. good morning. calm >> caller: good morning. you know, everybody starts off by sayin
say there is no specific threat but better safe than sorry. news4's angie goff at baileys elementary. >> reporter: here security measures have always been in place. you have the limited front door acce access, the crisis management plan, personnel on guard but despite a bigger police presence will be evident at all fair fakes county public schools following that tragic shooting in connecticut. for students and parents, mondays are hard enough but today things are tougher. it's the first day back to school following the massacre at a connecticut elementary school. emotions still raw, anxiety is high. >> it's a little bit scary but we all need to be strong. >> reporter: to help ease concerns, fairfax police stepped up patrols this week at all fairfax county public schools. focus -- elementaries like this one. >> we wanted to make sure that the community knew that we were here and we do care about our children. >> reporter: school officials say it is not in response to any specific threat but rather a way to help those returning to class feel safe. >> people need it. people are feeling
flooding. >> angie is cleaning up in front of her home on mill street in gurneyville. the russian river came up to her garage door. >> came up to the edge of our garage, and then it only went in there when the people would drive by with their trucks and make the wakes go. >> thousands lived here for 22 years. she built this house with the main living quarters 20 feet before the street level because the river floods so offer. she said at one point her daughter used this kayak to help a neighbor out of his flooded home. anthony white showed how high the water reached. he said he was ready to get his family out. >> we were definitely ready to get out of here if it got much higher. so, we were ready as we could be. >> dodged a bullet. >> yes, we did. >> much of mill street is still underwater. residents expect a certain amount of flooding every two or three years. steve is the operations chief of the russian river and said the flood warnings thankfully fell short of expectations. >> we ran all night long and then at 10:00, 11:00 this morning it stopped. >> sonoma county received between fou
, president of keeneonthemarket.com. happy monday. good morning angie. you're here to talk about zillow. hedge fund billionaire ken griffen of citadel bought 1.6 million shares in that stock. would you buy that stock? it actually had a really interesting day. it basically opened up and closed on the high. the thing i like most about this company---the one thing i don't like about this company---you would think when home sales are doing better, when consumer confidence is getting better than expected, people are starting to spend money, buy houses, construction sales are better than expected.this stock would be going from the bottom left to the top right. it's going the opposite way. it looks like its headed lower, however, short interest is 91 percent. i think i get on everytime we have short interest. last week we talked about green mountain coffee and if green mountain can get through 32. that could get to 40 so the shorts got roasted in green mountain. the shorts are getting roasted in zillow. it has a 52 week low of 21 dollars. two easy ways i would play it. if i wanted to play to the long
no seguirÁ a nadie, en miami angie tan sandoval >>> en puerto rico la actriz adamaris lÓpez pidio espacio para velar a su madre quien falleciÓ producto de cÁncer, ella viajÓ a puerto rico para los funerales de su madre quien es velada hoy en san juan y seÁa sepultada maÑana distancescansaz >>> en breve regresamos con la celebraciÓn en tijuana con el triunfo de los cholos >>> testimonios de primera mano asegura que no sabÍa quien era la padre del bemadre del bebÉ pa guerrilla lo dejÓ en su casa para que un curandero lo salvara en su casa, veremos hola, quiero hablarle sobre la revisión independiente de la ejecución hipotecaria. este programa, monitoreado por reguladores de bancos federales, es gratis y da a los dueños de casa elegibles la oportunidad de solicitar que una parte neutral revise sus hipotecas para ver si hubo errores en la ejecución hipotecaria. si se encuentra algún error, los dueños de casa podrían ser elegibles para una compensación u otra reparación. para más información llame hoy. una niÑa de 8 aÑos se llevÓ un gran susto cuando fue mordida por un d
on the show again. thanks joe. > > thank you angie. in our cover story, a new study adds to the evidence that head injuries in sports can lead to incurable brain disease later in life. and it may bolster claims by former pro football players that the nfl bears some responsibility for their dibilitating condition. this week, 3300 former pro football players suing the nfl for concussion-related medical problems got a piece of evidence in their favor. after a four- year study, boston university researchers concluded that 80% of brain samples taken from deceased athletes - mostly nfl players who'd suffered head injuries - had evidence of brain damage. "completely dibilitating." the nfl has denied the link. but the centers for disease control is releasing public service announcements featuring former quarterback kurt warner to increase awareness. and a federal court in philadelphia is weighing whether more than 140 consolidated player lawsuits should be dismissed, arbitrated, or argued before a jury. "we want a jury trial." at chicago-kent school of law, the subject reached beyond the nfl to
got slapped with a $700,000 lawsuit for criticizing her contractor. her scathing reviews on angies list and yelp included pictures of the jobs. when she suggested that he also stole her jewelry, then she crossed line. he fired back with a $700,000 defamation lawsuit. >> i think we presented evidence the work was not completed, he charged for work that had not been done and that the workmanship was very door. >> i believe people should have the right to state how they feel, but when you state stuff as fact and it's not fact, there has to be some type of for lack of better words, punishment. >> this week a judge ordered the woman to remove any allegations of theft from her posts. the court hasn't decided whether there are grounds for a defamation case. >> a crab scab who buzzed into town has fishermen furious. crabbers are on strike because fishmongers want to lower the price from $3 a pound to as low as $1.80. they say no deal. things got really hot when a boat came in from oregon with a catch. >> i'm just trying to move a little product to try to keep everything going. >> strike he
" a macho y un reconozca dgido publ han puerto en tela de juicio esta isla, angie sandoval tiene los detalles. puerto rico se prepara para terminar un aÑo mortal en medio de nuevos detalles sobre el ases sfainato conocido publicista josÉ enrique gÓmez sa la din. >>> el pato logo dijo fue un severo trauma corporal >>> los agresores loro skwae ro con gasolina y le prendieron fuego hasta matarlo, 4 sospechoso estÁ detenido uno de ellos edwin torres estÁ cambie randz c cooperando con las autoridades. segÚn su confesiÓn sa la din los secuestraron y lo forzaron a retirar 500 dÓlares de un cajero automÁtico antes de asesinarlo. >>> y si fuese cierto, entonces hay que matarlo. eh yo entiendo que aquÍ no hay razÓn para matar a nadie. >>> puerto rico con una poblaciÓn de casi 4 millones de habitantes y con la segunda fuerza policÍaca mÁs numerosa despuÉs de nueva york atraviesa una ola de violencia que nadie parece poder detener la tasa de homicidio es mÁs de cien mil persona, por cada habitante superior a la de mÉxico que el aÑo pasado alcanzÓ 24 hombre ic por cien mil habi
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la compañía que cuenta con un historial criminal angie sandoval investigó. . >>> la compañía dueña del laer jet 25 en que murió la cantante jenni rivera tuvo dos avionetas allanada por la día y un historial de fraude telemundo obtuvo este documento, christian sky no, presuntamente ex propietario... fue sentenciado a 2 años de cárcel y luego deportado a méxico por falsificar inspecciones y récord de mantenimiento en entre 1989 y 20 2000, en 2005 una de susana ves aterrizó de emergencia en amarillo texas, se falló el piloto no pudo mantener el control. >>> incluso con la ayuda de copiloto no podían mantener el control del avión por el peso que tenía de combustible en un sólo lado. >>> esteban salto, piloto hace 20 años y sigue de circa el accidente mortal de la famosa cantante. >>> esta caída abrupta la que hay que sxhi explicar por qué y cómo se dio, entre los fragmentos esparcidos, de este jet una pista que pudiera aclarar los hechos. el certificado aéreo temporal de miguel pérez soto, quien pilotaba el jet con alejandro torres uno de los pilotos al mando el docum
. > > thanks angie. when teachers in california peeked into their pensions and found investment in a gun maker linked to the connecticut shootings, they reacted. and so did the private equity firm that made the investment. and it underscores just how easy it is to assume someone else has vetted investments made on behalf of employee groups. maggie ellis, a california teacher, active in state and local teacher organizations, had no idea her pension funds were going to freedom group-- gun makers, including one that made the assault rifle used to kill 20-children and six adults in connecticut, last friday. assault weapons are outlawed in california. ellis is not alone. a lot of people didn't know. it's led california's treasurer bill lockyer to criticize the investment saying teacher retirements "should not be invested in guns illegal in california. these weapons have no place in our communities. our families and children are safer without them." "is it possible to vette everyone? no. but you should be able to research hot-button issues and hot-button companies." ellis says the teachers relied
on the show this morning. > > thanks a lot angie. > definitely facebook was the leader of the pack. it was the third largest ipo ever, and one of the worst opening days ever. > > what a typical disaster for today's vacuous electronic markets. but, if you held off, remember, it was $18.75 before its last earnings report, and bounced all the way up. so, not only was it the worst ipo, but, it was a story rebound stock. and it's kind of the age of 2012, was these big tech stocks. which one do you buy and where do you buy it? > there were good times and bad for apple. at one point it was the must-own stock, and then it was "you must sell quickly before the end of the year and take home your profits." > > exactly. and you know, of course, a lot of analysts are now pounding the table. apple's valuation is very compelling in the low $500 ranges. but of course, everyone stampeded into the stock. but, guess what happens? sometimes the story stocks work, sometimes everyone else owns them, then they want to get out. > what about google? is this a stock to own? at one point it was during the pa
. scott, what do you anticipate? > > you know what angie, i really think that people that have stayed in the marketplace the entire year, have just ridden out the rally that we saw this year and did not reduce their positions, did not exit out earlier when we saw some of the higher points in the market, i think there is going to be some profit-taking. i don't really believe that it is going to be all that severe. but why wouldn't you want to take some money off the table at the end of the year and maybe start over a little bit? so i wouldn't be surprised if we do see just a slight sell-off really just due to maybe some of the funds in retail, taking profits off the table. > > and what are traders thinking about 2013, scott? > > you know, it is all about the economy at this point. if we can continue, especially in the housing market, if we can continue seeing, not a booming housing market, but the upswing that we saw toward the last quarter of the year, then i think that is going to be the lead of the market. i don't think people think, or traders on the floor think that we are going t
will meet your student. >> if you need help preparing your taxes the time to call a prois right now. angie's list says don't rush to hire anyone just yet. >> how many of them aren't taking full advantage of those deductions or tax breaks for which they qualify but don't know? >> it can help you take advantage of deductions you may not realize are you eligible for. a lot of times people think of miles for work as a possible deduction but we had one member saying she was required to stay up on the news and because of that she was able to deduct her cable bill because she needed for work. >> having a cpa do my taxes has saved me hours in time and probably thousands of dollars in taxes. >> reporter: you want to find someone you trust and develop a long lasting relationship. that way they will know your finances and can help you if you have missed deductions. >> folks should set up an appointment as soon as anything financial changes. it's never to late to educate yourself. any time is the best time to schedule an appointment. need to make sure you have the right documentation before you t
knows. i am angie goff. >> i am richard jordan, and it's december 30th, sunday. it's windy out there, and we are told that the temperatures might actually be higher than what it feels. >> oh, yeah, because of the windchill. let's check in with kim. >> that's right. the key to today is dress for the 20s and you should be good to go. we are not looking at any snow across the area, and the big story will be the gusty winds. outside right now it's 38. 33 in hagerstown. good morning, you are checking in at 37 but feels like 31 when the wind blows. gaithersburg, feels like 24, and 18 in been chester, and downtown in the district, it feels like 29. feeling like the 20s, and wind gusts will be around 25 to 30 miles per hour when they are not sustained out of the northwest 15-20. more to come about the rest of the week when i see you in just a few minutes. >>> new this morning, a blast killed at least 19 people and injured 30 others in pakistan. pakistani sources tell nbc news the attack happened near three buses. the investigators think it was a suicide attack because somebody rammed a car i
up with other contractors and angie's list and the effort has grown over the years. >> we decorated four community veterans and today actually a little bit after twist for me. >> that's because the home they pulled up to was his father's home. richard jones was a decorated navy diver who in later years was local pediatrician can passed away recent. >> i in addition to that his birthday is christmas eve. it is an extra special event for us. >> it had to be a tough secret to keep up until they got to jones' father's neighborhood. but jeffrey jones' decorate a vet partners pulled it off. >> this is just a way to help pay him back and his dad for his dad's service, navy diver. and -- recently passed away. so -- we felt that this was our way to give back to the person that founded our organization. >> my husband is watching right now. he would be pretty overwhelmed. he never did let anybody dress the tree for him. >> while this crew was close to home for the founder it only served to reiterate the message why this all started in the first place. and why they are so busy this time of year
or on my wall. >> angie golf, news 4. >> all of these apps work on iphone and ipad. for more, go to nbcwashington.com and click text. >>> let's work backwards from taking pictures of your party to planning your party. there's a lot of technology that can make it easier than you think. liz crenshaw has tips. >> the days of party planning have gone digital. that means you can throw a party hassle-free. derrick robinson with best buy's geek squad. first up? invitations. forget the paper and postage, instead, create a digital invite. >> the easier ones to use are e-viet and punch ball. >> sounds festive, but what he's referring to are web sites. another popular one, paperlesspost.com. web sites that allow you to customize your invitation and then just send them via e-mail. next, technify your kitchen to make your party meals a smap storing thousands of recipes on your phone or tablet. procurious is an app that lets you search over 30,000 recipes and themes. >> you can specify vegetarian, no wheat. >> just enter the ingredients you have on hand and it will help you create a dish. >> y
of her townhouse on yelp and angie's list. she also complained that some of her jewelry disappeared. the judge says that goes too far so she has to remove that accusation. >> people have a right to review that is honest and truthful. if it's negative, but it's true, that's fair. but when it's negative and untrue, that's not fair. >> perez chose not to talk after the hearing. her lawyers say they are considering filing an appeal. this is a preliminary injunction in a $750,000 defamation lawsuit. >>> two australian radio hosts are apologizing for a prank that revealed confidential information about kate middleton. >> hello there. could i please speak to kate please, my grandmother? >> yes, just hold on, ma'am. >> after impersonating the queen and prince charles, the deejays were connected to a nurse in middleton's ward. she revealed the duchess of cambridge had not experienced any morning sickness lately. the pranksters said they did not think they would actually get through. >>> the nhl lockout is nowhere near over, but players and owners will meet for a third straight day today. sid
will still be here and you still have two full days left of shopping. and angie -- >> i still have to buy for my sister and my parents. >> reporter: is going to need that extra time. >> i need to do shopping for her. and yes it's not going to work with we are here. >> reporter: some shoppers have given up altogether. >> i've been here for four hours but i don't have the patience for the line. i'm walking over and i'm buying two gift certificates for tysons corner for any children. i'm done. >> reporter: except for what she's finding for herself. what was your reaction? >> i did buy myself some makeup, what can i say. >> reporter: these men may take shopping sitting down but not andrew yates. >> i have one i wear each day. it's very nice to get out with the crowd just to have the christmas spirit. >> reporter: in mclean, surae chinn, 9news now. >> super saturday accounts for a big portion of holiday sales. in fact it can net billions of dollars more than black friday. >>> got a live picture of reagan national airport where thousands of holiday travelers are now headed out of town. no major
. >> reporter: jane perez said she never imagined her reviews on yelp and angie's lis would it land her in court facing potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages for defamation. she had hired dietz to install a toilet, refinish floors and fix some light swipes. but when things went south she wrote that dietz had damaged her home and hinted that he had stolen her jewelry. the judge ordered her to take down any allegations of thievery and to stop claiming she had won another lawsuit against dates on the merits. her lawyer says there is a warning here for all of us. >> be very careful have. it appears, at least in virginia, you have to watch very carefully what you say and what you opine. >> reporter: but the judge did not order perez to change a bunch of other nasty things in her review. >> that he charged for work that had not been done, and that the workmanship was very poor. >> i stand by the work that i did. >> reporter: experts say lawsuits like this are still rare but on-line reputations now so important we may well see more. in fairfax, bruce leshan, 9news now. snow as we know
on yelp and angie's list would land her in court facing thousands of dollars in legal fees and potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages for defamation. >> it was the seal. >> reporter: she'd hired dietz to install a toilet, refinish floors and fix light switches, but when things went south, she wrote that dietz damaged her home and hinted that he had stolen her jewelry. the judge ordered her to take down any allegations of thievery and to stop claiming she'd won another lawsuit against dietz on the merits. her lawyer says there is a warning here for all of us. >> be very careful. it appears at least in virginia you have to watch very carefully what you say and what you opine. >> reporter: but the judge did not order perez to change a bunch of other nasty things in her review. >> that he charged for work that had not been done and that the workmanship was very poor. >> i stand by the work that i did. >> reporter: experts say lawsuits like this are rare, but online reputations now so important we may well see more. in fairfax bruce leshan, 9 news now. >> we have to tell you
, the homeowner, to remove parts of her posts on yelp and on angie's list. jane perez is the homeowner. she complained about repairs. she also claimed that some of her jewelry disappeared while the contractor had the only other key to her home. the contractor is named christopher dietz. the judge says that the woman's po posts about her jewelry goes too far and she has to remove that part of her accusation. >> people have a right to write a review that's honest and truthful. if it's negative and true, that's fair. but when it's negative and true, that's not fair. >> this is a preliminary injunction in dietz's $750,000 defamation lawsuit. >> drivers love a proposal that will slash the tolls on the intercounty connector. but the idea isn't getting support from highway officials. montgomery councilman phil andrews first introduced this idea saying the lack of traffic makes the road look more like an airport runway. at midday, traffic along all 18 miles from montgomery to prince george's county was sparse. drivers pay as much as $8 round trip on the icc. andrews claims that reducing the toll co
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